click to show more information

click to hide/show information About your Search

20090812
20090812
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7
of peace and music. and for most people it was just that. >>> correspondent lem tucker from nbc news. the day afr woodstock. brings us to our final story tonight. if you drive from this city north, along a series of rural roads, through farm country, in upstate new york, you would drive right by it if you didn't see the marker. and you would likely never realize you were driving past the site of a gathering that changed a generati of americans. woodstock started 40 years ago n memories or not. have their those who weren't there have seen the images. one in particular telling the story of the time in the upwards of 500,000 people who came together.
degrees. i'm he beginning to agree with tucker that we'll have to check into that reporting station. it seems a little errant there. here is the satellite-radar composite for the region. there is your precipitation out to the west. you can see how it is moving north and east ever so slowly but you got some rhetty good rain there in portions of west virginia, western portions of virginia. for us, we we've got some clouds. here is a look at the surface map for today. main feature for us is an upper level low that is kind of pushing through ever so slowly. there is a frontal system that came through. that is responsible for our cooler, quote, unquote temperatures instead of being in the upper and mid-90s. we'll be in the up are 80s today. some scattered storms work their way in here during the morning and later on today, some showers and thunderstorms here and tere. forecast looks like this. lots of clouds around. scat are the showers and thunderstorms -- scattered showers and thunderstorms as i said. high about 87 degrees downtown. for tonight being a muggy night with early showers a
steakhouse burger sing. >>> while you have the chance, come out and say hello in person. tony, tucker and holly will be at eastern market this saturday. they'll be there from 10:00 to 1:00. if you get a chance and you're in the area and want to say hello, do so. >>> holly is not far away and we'll put it in the guinness book of records. >> se's at union station helping blue jeans go green. >> well, this takes a little bit of explanation. it's cool and fun. a world record is broken today in d.c. here in the main hall at union station where we're giving you a preview. you're right, it has to do with kids, national geographic kids magazine. and this is the editor. good morning. >> what a day for you guys. well, it's exciting. and guinness records are -- >> well, this is the fourth attempt and we're really, really excited and we have the page that we run every month in the magazine. the kids love learning about the dogs with ears sticking out and ladies with long pentagonner nail -- fingernails. >> well, if you're going to do something extreme, may as well do it for a good cause. cause. >
. and for most people it was just that. >>> correspondent lem tucker from nbc news. the day after woodstock. brings us to our final story tonight. if you drive from this city north, along a series of rural roads, through farm country, in upstate new york, you would drive right by it if you tint see the marker. and you would likely never realize you were driving past the site of a gathering that changed a generation of americans. woodstock started 40 years ago this weekend. those who were there have their own memories or not. those who weren't there have seen the images. one in particular telling the story of the time in the upwards of 500,000 people who came together. >> liftoff. >>> there was a lot going on in the summer of '69. three days in the country in upstate new york seemed like a good idea to a lot of people. ♪ ♪ ♪ some where in the crowd was photographer burke uzell and early that sunday morning as jefferson airplane took the stage. >> come on! >> he took a picture. >> a very gentle scene. you can see people still asleep, people just beginning to come to. they just stood up
compared to earlier and an umbrella may not be a bad idea. >> hey, there, tucker. yeah, not a bad idea. we have a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. we'll forecast it cooler today. the humidity is up and we' look at the radar. we'll see what's going on. you can see the showers and u'll notice, the lastfew frames of the radar, the showers are disappearing. we have dry air oveead and out to the west, there's more cloud cover and we'll have a chance of scattered showers and no ndeintoans rm the aft forecast. we'll move on to adr ar radar and you can see the bigger picture there and we have a will the o er soshoweds asatciwiatth e how out to the west. that's moving througwtheailt ere th we wetnsuedtl today and it won't rain all afternoon. we won't rule out the possibility of scattered showers and thunderstorms. 81 at reagan national and warming up. still, better than yesterday. 80 at bullless and afternoon high -- 80 at dulles and afternoon highs warmer than yesterday. high about 87 degrees. we'll be back with an update on the tropics and we'll tell you if we'll get
:00. there with two. it is august 12th. as tucker mentioned, it is warm outside and the humidity will be really out there. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> and i'm steve chenevey. it seems to me, tony, we are feeling that humidity in here as well. >> warm inside of our studios. i think they keep the heat on overnight. >> must be a man-woman thing pause it feels pretty good to me. >> we'll see how you feel later. >> yeah, humid here and outside as well. run showers off to the west. i won't rowle utah rain shower -- i won't rule out rain shower inisg. y us r thus this rn elative humidity reis # #% and is # #% and the temperature is 77. --th -reatreand and wee temperature is 77. couple of of showers here and there during the course of the morning hours and another chance of that later on today. your forecast for today, a lot of clouds around, scattered showers and thunderstorms, humid, high about # 7 degrees. that is where we should be. that is our normal high for the date -- high about 77 degrees. >> heat, that's j-u-l -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. how are the roads on this early wednesday j not so bad. we had over
off. tucker carlson joins us from washington, d.c. >> good morning. as we have been talking about, textbooks under the influence of the activist left is not to describe the world the way it is, but to hope for the way it should be. that means sometimes changing history. t whio whit, adam and eve is now eve and adam. in the left-wing version of genesis, adam convinced eve to eat the apple. steve: they are rewriting the bible? [laughter] >> if you look back, you do not have a grandfather clause anymore. that is needless to say, sexist as well. replaced with a retroactive coverage. sportsmanship has that dreaded three letter word, the ugliest word in english, man. it is now sporting conduct. elderly and senior citizens are not around anymore either, not sure why that is offensive, but they are now older citizens. jungle is now forbidden as well. no more jungle. the word is savannah. jungle is a perfectly good word, and evocative word. -- an evocative word. no more george of the jungle, it is george of the rainforest. steve: i wish that you were making this stuff up. but you are actua
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7